Professor Michael S. Roth, president of Wesleyan University, recently brought the Chinese translation of his new book Beyond The University: Why Liberal Education Matters to China.
Researchers at an eastern Chinese hospital said experiments on pigs of an artificial skin made from bovine achilles tendon have been completed and the procedure has entered clinical testing.
The world's first railless train hit the road on Monday afternoon in Zhuzhou City, central China's Hunan Province, and its developer forecasts that autonomous driving of the train will be possible by 2020.
A world-class observatory under construction at an altitude above 5,250 meters in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, will begin efforts to detect primary gravitational waves in 2020.
The arch of the Hutong Yangtze River Bridge's channel bridge was connected on Oct. 22, a breakthrough in the construction of the bridge linking Shanghai and Nantong City in Jiangxi Province.
Chinese express delivery companies have taken a new measure to protect the privacy of customers, by using new parcel waybills that show partial information about the sender and the receiver.
A 1,400-year-old ginkgo tree in an ancient temple in Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, has become such a hot tourist attraction that visitors must make online reservations before visiting, Beijing Youth Daily reported.
More than 60 countries and regions have adopted the Chinese renminbi (RMB), or yuan, as a new reserve currency, according to the latest report on renminbi internationalization by the People's Bank of China.
A report by China's recruitment website Zhaopin.com shows that the average monthly salary of white-collar employees in 37 cities had reached 7,599 yuan ($1,147), a slight year-on-year growth of 3 percent.
People's Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan said China’s economy is expected to grow 7 percent in the second half of this year with the future priority of ensuring financial stability.